Brenda Edwards Claims She Speaks To Her Late Son Jamal On A Daily Basis

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Brenda Edwards revealed that she still talks to Jamal every day as she discussed how she is coping with her son’s loss.

After founding the music platform SBTV in 2006, the young music mogul rose to prominence and is credited with helping to catapult a slew of UK music performers to popularity, including Ed Sheeran, Dave, and Jessie J.

Jamal died of a heart attack in February at the age of 31.

Brenda spoke on Wednesday about how comforting the support from his friends has been and how it is assisting her in her grief.

She revealed that the blue jewelry she wore on ITV’s Good Morning Britain was custom-made for her by Sheeran’s mother in Jamal’s favorite color.

“He was this amazing, cheerful person who constantly wanted to link this one to this one, without even thinking about himself most of the time… it was simply about helping others,” Edwards said of her late son to GMB presenters Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley.

The Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust will be established in her son’s honor, according to the Loose Women panelist and musician.

“I’m managing to do it because Jamal’s motto was about self-belief, which is why I’ve named the trust (the) Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust,” Edwards said when asked how she is “making sense” of her son’s death.